Meet the S family in katakana and the stroke order in your writing!
The S family in katakana
サ = SA
The SA symbol reminds me of an old story about King Solomon. It is said that two women fought over a child. Each said she was the baby's mother. So Solomon, not being able to know who the real mother was, ordered one of the guards to cut the child in two and give each mother a piece. The real mother begged Solomon to let the child live and that she preferred to see the child with the false mother. Solomon, seeing the scene, decided to deliver the child to the true mother, as only the true love of a mother would deliver the child in the arms of another so that the baby could live.
See that the first two lines are part of the sword and the last line is the child being cut into two pieces. Thanks to the mother's true love, the child was left whole.
シ = SHI
SHI is the noise that raindrops make when falling on a slope.
ス = SU
The SU symbol is a running headless man. From running so much he got very sweaty.
セ = IF
Like the hiragana SEせ, the katakana is a technique of rolling up the silk scarf, but instead of using a sword, the katakana uses a hook.
ソ = SO
SO is a smiling Cyclops. That monster from Greek mythology that has one eye.
Japanese calligraphy exercise
Select the Japanese alphabet symbols and click the Generate button in the Worksheet for Kana and Kanji Practice . Then a new window will open with the file for printing. Then just print it out, cover the gray katakana symbols and then try to write it yourself. Just print and practice!